Study: Cocoa may improve brain function

08/8/2013 | United Press International · New Zealand Herald, The

Study participants who drank two cups of hot chocolate per day for 30 days performed better on memory and thinking tests than participants who did not drink the cocoa, researchers said. "As different areas of the brain need more energy to complete their tasks, they also need greater blood flow," said Harvard Medical School's Farzaneh Sorond, lead researcher. "This relationship, called neurovascular coupling, may play an important role in diseases such as Alzheimer's."

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